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Microsoft Kinect for Xbox One

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Reviews
Updated:
2014-12-31
Testseek has collected 87 expert reviews for Microsoft Kinect for Xbox One and the average expert rating is 75 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
75%
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electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2014-12-31
Microsoft Kinect makes your Xbox 360 into something else entirely. No longer is it the clumpy, whirring console exclusively for gamers willing to put up with endless red rings of death. Instead, it becomes the essential console for family gaming, m...
Good It works. So much potential, it hurts...
Bad Only works for media in partner hubs, not your own videos...
Bottom line We suspect there are more than a few people out there who are still wading through Fallout: New Vegas, and have both Call of Duty: Black Ops and Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood on pre-order. You know what you want from a game, and most of the Kinect game...
100%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
Tweet Microsoft Kinect first burst on to the scene as Project Natal over a year ago. Then, we had the high profile announcement at this year’s E3 in Los Angeles, and now on 4 November 2010 it goes on sale in the US, and just 6 days later (10 November)...
Good You become the controller, plenty of good games at launch, easy to set-up and install...
Bad You'll need a big lounge, you'll need to be happy making a fool of yourself in your lounge...
Bottom line Kinect shows that the future of gaming can be button-less, as long as you’ve got a big enough lounge to enjoy it in...
90%
techgeek.com.au
Updated:
2014-12-31
With the somewhat recent release of the Playstation Move, is the Xbox 360′s Kinect a competitor or a paper weight? Is it just a copy of the Playstation 2′s Eyetoy? Our review is just after the jump.8.9 / 10Makes you feel like you are in the game as well a...
Good Makes you feel like you are in the game as well as moving around...
Bad The odd moment when the Kinect takes photos of you. The Kinect microphone is not available in Australia at the moment...
89%
canadianreviewer.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
Microsoft's Kinect is a rare product because not only does it work 100 per cent as advertised, it exceeded everyone's expectations on the possibilities of true controller-free motion gaming. Having sold 8 million units in 60 days, the Kinect is a big h...
80%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
While the Nintendo Wii saw us pushing back the sofa to make a bit more room in front of the TV, Sony's PlayStation Move got us moving the coffee table out into another room. The Microsoft Kinect, however, will have you clearing out the living room comp...
Good Great freedom of movement, Detects the body very well, Quick to get the hang of, no extra accessories required, Set it up once and it's ready to use, Game included...
Bad You'll need to have lots of room in front of the TV, Responsiveness and accuracy limited in some games, It feels quite strange to have nothing in your hands, Not suitable for all types of game, You'll need to leave the lights on...
Bottom line The Kinect is great for casual gamers and families. The system works well and is a real technological achievement. Just make sure you've got plenty of room at home! The system's probably not suitable for use with all kinds of games, and more serious ga...
80%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
Oh my knees, my back, my legs…my body! - I grabbed myself Kinect on November 18th, the day it launched in Australia, and there was never a doubt I would get it. Sure, I read about the lag issues and the room you needed and all that stuff, but I wasn’...
Bottom line Oh my knees, my back, my legs…my body! - I grabbed myself Kinect on November 18th, the day it launched in Australia, and there was never a doubt I would get it. Sure, I read about the lag issues and the room you needed and all that stuff, but I wasn’...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
Kinect is many things. It's an advanced motion sensor, a revolutionary add-on, and Microsoft's best hope of socking it to Sony and Nintendo . Most of all, however, it's a reinvention. The clues were already there in last week's autumn dashboard update wit...
Bottom line Kinect has issues with space and size, and its games won't appeal to the hardcore market. Yet it effortlessly transforms the Xbox 360 into a family games console, and one with more 'wow' factor than anything since the Wii. With several strong launch title...
80%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-12-31
Aside from those delays, Kinect does as remarkable job of figuring out what you’re up to. The depth perception makes it possible to interact with games in a much more natural way that simply flapping an arm to one side – start petting your baby tiger...
Good No controllers to lose. Amazing when it works. Bags of potential...
Bad Poor launch games. Doesn’t work in dim light. Sometimes laggy response...
Bottom line Stunning interaction and loaded with potential, all Kinect needs now is a few killer games...
80%
impulsegamer.com
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2014-12-31
The shiny new Kinect is here. The star child of Microsoft certainly gives you a feeling of wonderment when first trying this technological wonder. While the device certainly is an item that bridges much of the age gap in gaming, maybe even bringing fam...
78%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2014-12-31
Judging a game peripheral at launch can be a tricky undertaking — the first games to come out of the gate are invariably of mixed quality and teething issues are bound to crop up with the technology. Even so, Kinect for Xbox 360 proved to be more prob...
Good Innovative and beginner-friendly control scheme, suitable for all ages, good range of fitness titles...
Bad Some games suffer from lag issues, setting up can be a chore...
Bottom line Kinect for Xbox 360 still has a lot to prove. The games we have seen so far are quite limited in scope (most are variations on the party and fitness genres). That said, the potential is there for more exciting and innovative titles in the future...
70%
techradar.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
The Nintendo Wii made waves when it came out in 2006.It wasn't because of an exciting array of incredible launch titles - there weren't any. And it absolutely wasn't due to the Wii packing dazzling HD graphics - it doesn't.It was all down to the motion...
Good Easy to set up, One purchase, Voice control works, Bags of potential...
Bad Pricey, Lag is an issue, Requires lots of space, Weak launch games...
Bottom line The Nintendo Wii made waves when it came out in 2006.It wasn't because of an exciting array of incredible launch titles - there weren't any. And it absolutely wasn't due to the Wii packing dazzling HD graphics - it doesn't.It was all down to the motion...
70%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2014-12-31
Microsoft might be the last of the three big console manufacturers to get a motion-sensing controller to market, but Kinect for Xbox 360 is potentially the most exciting of them all. What sets it apart from the Nintendo Wii and the PlayStation Move is...
Bottom line An impressive piece of hardware, but Kinect's launch titles break little ground that hasn't been well-trodden by its competitors...
60%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2014-12-31
We take a look at Microsoft's intriguing new hands-free gaming technology Microsoft Kinect for Xbox 360, formerly known as Project Natal. We've been looking forward to getting our hands on with Kinect for a while now, and finally got our chance at Mi...
Bottom line Kinect is a no doubt going to be a game changer. If for no other reason than it places the Xbox 360 in the same arena as the Nintendo Wii, and even raises Nintendo's hand. In terms of show-stopping prowess the likes of Dance Central, Kinect Sports, an...
60%
theglobeandmail.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
Doctors at a Toronto hospital are banking on video game technology to save time and prevent contamination in the operating room.A team at Sunnybrook Hospital has started using the Xbox Kinect, a hands-free gaming console equipped with a motion sensor...
0%
zath.co.uk
Updated:
2014-12-31
I was quite excited when I first starting reading about Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect. A motion controller gaming system without the actual controller sounded like futuristic stuff and ever since it was first announced to the world as Project Natal, it was s...
Bottom line From my early experiences of a couple of its release titles, my excitement quickly dwindled leaving me with average playing experiences but still fun, especially party-style gaming when you have friends round. However, once the bigger AAA titles starti...
0%
techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-12-31
Motion sensing has been a mainstay in the gaming industry since the introduction of the Nintendo Wii back in 2006. We later saw Sony’s Move joining the fray in much the same way as the Wii before it, but as Microsoft's turn to fool around in front of t...
Bottom line The Kinect has been with us for a little while now, and while we think the system has a huge amount of potential, there's still some growing pains that needs to be addressed. We'd like to see Microsoft working on the accuracy and very importantly, add...
0%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2014-12-31
Providing you've got a decent sized room, and you can position it properly, Kinect works a treat, with no real lag to speak of and a commendable level of accuracy on the motion detection front. The key launch titles we looked at, while casual gamer or...
0%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2014-12-31
Kinect brings Xbox up to speed with the Wii and PlayStation 3 with its motion-sensitive gaming. But while PlayStation Move comes across as a mere copy of the Wii's input system with improved accuracy, Kinect has a few new tricks of its own.The human jo...
Bottom line Xbox joins the arm-flailing, motion-sensing party with not a controller in sight...
0%
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